Sunday, June 15, 2008

Ambivalent Airs


For the statist counter-cultural statement the Kremlin South-Gate motif is a subtle yet happily conformist norm during the political season. Deep emeralds, brick red, dull gold and pure white trim send that lurid, conservative but primitive vibe suitable for the challenging ambiances of changing venues. Red, white and blue accessories help with complementary dissonance. A gesture toward the peasants works for foot wear just to affirm that acquiescence to the siloviki is not a given.

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